Choosing the right font for coding can make it easier to read and more pleasant to work with. Check out this selection of the best monospace fonts, which can make your text editor or terminal emulator look great.
MonoLisa is a font that’s designed to reduce fatigue and improve your productivity. Designed with all the glyphs the same width apart, it’s super clear.
The font set also has increased character width and brilliant legibility, making it one of the best fonts available to any developer.
The Andale Mono typeface was designed by Steve Matteson for terminal emulation and software development environments, originally for the Taligent project by Apple Inc. and IBM.
The Andalé design was originally created by Monotype, as part of Andalé font families.
Fira Code is a monospaced font designed to combine frequently used multi-symbol sequences into one.
It reduces the time it takes to scan over your code, saving you from having to hunt for a particular symbol every time you want to type it.
LTC Remington Typewriter Pro is an elegant, vintage-inspired typeface that offers a touch of classic style with modern characteristics.
This clean alternative to bulky, ink-splattered typewriter fonts is perfect for combining a touch of classic design with more technological visuals.
Courier Std is a typeface designed by Adobe. It’s part of the Courier family and has four styles: regular, italic, bold and bold italic.
This typeface has good Latin language support, which means that most letters will look the same if you type them in English.